SQLite File is an embedded database that exists inside several number of applications. SQLite File is being used by these applications as a self-contained database engine for storing various forms of data in it. Android, Blackberry & iPhone platforms rely on SQLite for storing their data in the form of tables, triggers, and fields. The desktop applications, web browsers like Chrome, Firefox and instant messaging applications use SQLite as their storage database.
The SQLite File Extension is used for database files in SQLite file format. The SQLite File was designed by D. Richard Hipp in 2000 with the aim to allow the program to be operated without installing a database management system or requiring a database administrator. This file is in-process library that implements a self-contained, server-less, zero-configuration, transactional SQL database engine. Some of the data (passwords, cookies, etc. in web browsers) in SQLite file is in encrypted SQL databases instead of plain text files.
The location of SQLite file depends on the types of application the user is using and user can find the SQLite File named 'your-database-name'. Access it using File Explorer and use it in SQLite Explorer after renaming it with .db3 extension. The default location may appear like this: